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  • Writer's pictureNicole Rosales

Recipe: Gooey, Chocolate Chip Cookies

They're a classic that I've been in love with since I was a kid. Now, as an adult, I find baking your own desserts makes it that much sweeter!

I've searched for easy cookie recipes all over the internet. I'm more of a thick, fluffy cookie lover compared to the thin and crispy. So, here's one I'm loving from I Heart Eating. In this recipe, sea salt is used as a topping, but I'm not a fan, I skipped that part; I also traded the semi-sweet chips for dark chocolate chips and sprang for slivered almonds for a select few.

I would recommend using 1/4 or 1/2 cup of slivered almonds, you can mix it in the batter or use it as a topping before putting it in the oven. Following all the other measurements, I was able to make 14 cookies.

The cookies came out amazing. They're soft and pack a chocolatey punch! I stored them in a glass, air-tight container and the next day, they were just as gooey.

Also, the same ingredients can be used to make almond brownies and by switching out the all-purpose flour with almond flour. The more you know.


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